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Uncle Dave 02-09-2010 08:45 PM


Originally Posted by twistedvelocity (Post 3042981)
I took a few other pics but they were with my camera on my phone and there is overspray all over it so they didn't come out too good lol Have to remember my cam next time I drag it in. How much do you think documenting it would effect the value?

Well..... if there is a marine surveyor involved your rig goes from a value of nothing - to blue book value based on your work and documentation.

First thing they do is start digging under carpets etc. Theyd have found your rot.

By "front ending" the process with documentation you come clean.


UD

twistedvelocity 02-09-2010 10:06 PM

Do you know how to find the blue book value?

twistedvelocity 02-09-2010 10:16 PM

I found a site on the internet it seems like the values are really low

Uncle Dave 02-10-2010 09:15 PM


Originally Posted by twistedvelocity (Post 3043079)
I found a site on the internet it seems like the values are really low

NADA has "blue book" values that are quite the joke.

UD

twistedvelocity 02-10-2010 09:22 PM

Seems like they are less then half of what the boats actually go for. Do you think a tinted windsheild you look through is a bad idea?

Uncle Dave 02-11-2010 07:00 AM


Originally Posted by twistedvelocity (Post 3043966)
Seems like they are less then half of what the boats actually go for. Do you think a tinted windsheild you look through is a bad idea?

Those values seem to assume no work gets done on said boats.

I like tints, but not in framed windshields- personal choice.

In framed windshield I prefer a gradient to a solid tint.


Dave

twistedvelocity 02-11-2010 06:53 PM

Im going to paint the windshield frame black too

twistedvelocity 02-11-2010 10:45 PM

What do you think of the docking lights in the boats bow?

Uncle Dave 02-12-2010 12:04 AM


Originally Posted by twistedvelocity (Post 3044791)
What do you think of the docking lights in the boats bow?


Couple of thoughts here- if you boat at all at night - well then you need something, or risk and accident or a ticket.

since 93 I've only ever done pop ups im always sliding off the front back and sides into lakes etc.

For me any "fixed" cleats or lights etc ultimately end up producing scars on me or my passengers legs.

If you dont swim a lot then fixed is probably ok.

UD

twistedvelocity 02-13-2010 09:15 PM

These are the style of docking lights I was thinking about.
http://www.seaski.ca/boating-marine-...product_id=849

I am getting the feeling I won't get into the water this year on this puppy. Depending how things go there is another one around same boat but with a 502 its under $5000 and im thinking get it to get into the water this year well I fix the current one up. the once mine is all painted and hull fixed and interior done maybe beef up the 502 some and switch it over to mine then put my 350 mag in the other and sell it.


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